"What started in March as a less fortunate text, which any of the 76 countries persecuting people on ground of sexual orientation or gender identity could have signed, has turned into an extraordinary resolution which acknowledges the existence of violence against LGBTI people and opens a very promising path for future actions” >>>
“We are very happy for the outcome of this vote,” said Gloria Careaga and Renato Sabbadini, ILGA co-Secretaries General, “as it restores the original inclusive language of the resolution on extra-judicial executions and acknowledges that indeed many people around the world are killed every year because of their sexual orientation. >>>
More than 300 activists from 76 countries attended 25th World Conference of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and called on collaboration with civil society to fight homophobia and trans-phobia.
(LBT) issues and one on issues of transgender people. >>>